Grand Forks Police have identified a man who was found dead in a vehicle near Interstate 29 in north Grand Forks.
Officers who were conducting a welfare check Monday night found Larry K. Haroldson, 60, had died in a Volkswagen passenger car that was sitting at 1200 N. 47th St., according to a news release. He had no permanent address, and there were no plates on the vehicle, Lt. Brett Johnson told the Herald on Tuesday.
"We're not 100 percent sure. From the condition of his car, it looked like he may have been homeless," Johnson said. "We have not been able to determine any permanent address on him."
Police are investigating the unattended death, including how he died, Johnson said. There were no weapons found in the vehicle, he added.
There doesn't appear to be any signs of foul play, nor do investigators believe there is a threat to society, the release said.
An autopsy will be completed on Haroldson's body.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Grand Forks Police Department at (701) 787-8000. They also can submit a tip via Facebook, using the Tip411 app or on the department website at www.grandforksgov.com/government/police.